How did Puritans view other faiths?
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The Puritans view of God was based solely upon the Word of God, the Bible, and was manifest in their holy living and zeal for God's Word. John Bunyan, who wrote The Pilgrim's Progress, was perhaps the most famous of the Puritans, and if you read his book you will discover what was the puritans view of God.
In the view of many, no god is real. In the view of those who follow one of the Abrahamic faiths (Christianity, Islam, Judaism), only their God is real and all other gods are not real. Followers of other religions may believe that the Abrahamic God is not real, but most non-Abrahamic faiths are sufficiently tolerant to accept the possibility of his existence.
The Puritans viewed education as a sin, and therefore did not approve of any education past the basic levels of math, and literature. The Puritans did not allow most women to be educated, women like the semi-famos poet Anne Bradstreet are some of the very few examples of educated women. For the most part the Puritans brain washed their children into believing what they wanted them to, and it has effected American culture to this…